The county boys (and girls) have plenty to survive in Hank Williams Jr.’s home in Tennessee.
Isn’t it time to adopt a country mentality and live a little more harmoniously?
Located in Springville, Tennessee (near Kentucky Lake), this property has never been listed before.
The 11,566-square-foot, five-bedroom, eight-bathroom home was custom-built for Williams in 2000 and is essentially located within the Big Sandy Unit of the Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge. It’s a beautiful place to live, walk, and boat nearby.
This home has a large open kitchen and spacious living area. Beautiful finishes include hardwood cherry-finished maple floors, cherry cabinetry, oak doors, and 200-year-old reclaimed Douglas fir wood.
Gun storage, a generator that covers the entire house, a workshop, and a 2-acre duck camp – this is Bocephus style.
Living well means taking care of yourself, so after enjoying the comforts of home, take a long walk on land, work out in our 6,000 square foot exercise facility, or take a refreshing dip in our saltwater pool. You can also go swimming. It happens to be equipped with an automatic pool cover. There is also a pool house perfect for company.
Speaking of company, rowdy friends and family alike want to spend the evening huddled on the screened-in porch toasting Hank Jr. while listening to “A Country Boy Can Survive” and “Family Tradition” on repeat. Probably. No tears in beer here.
1560 Bull Durham Road
Springfield, Tennessee 38256
Main interior: 11,566 square feet
Land (acres): 33.70
For more information, please contact Trisha Cannon at Cannon Realty Group.